When choosing the best destination city for your retirement, many factors come into play — but Boomers are becoming defined by wanting more from their retirement cities.
Today’s retirees are looking to areas with added learning experiences, and are seeking more diverse climates, demographics and activities for their golden years.
With that in mind, Livability.com ranked the best retirement cities in the US. The magazine site worked with the Martin Prosperity Institute to examine the data in the survey conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs.
As the site notes, “Many of our picks have colleges that provide residents with continuing education opportunities, and often free or discounted classes, lectures and workshops for senior citizens. The cities we found all fall into the midsize range with populations between 90,000 and 320,000 residents.”
Check them out.